A new study says boiling an egg at an extreme heat can kill it.
It was conducted by scientists at the University of Queensland, and their findings have not been published yet.
The study found that boiling an entire egg, including the inside of the shell, can produce the deadly organophosphate pesticide organophthalates in the human body.
While the researchers say that boiling eggs at low temperatures may not kill the animal, the findings have the potential to be disastrous.
For the study, the team fed rats, mice and hamsters a mixture of boiled eggs with and without the organophthate pesticide, and then examined the effect on the animals.
Researchers say that organophthyates are a group of compounds found in animal products like eggs and meat.
A team of scientists at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) conducted a study which examined the effects of boiling eggs on the human liver.
The study showed that boiling the eggs at a low temperature killed the human hepatocytes, which are part of the liver.
They also found that the organphthates were present in the body, but the concentration of the compounds was low.
It is not known how long the eggs would be boiled or how long they would remain in the system.
This study suggests that the human diet, which includes eggs, can contain a number of toxins, which could lead to illness, and ultimately death.
The research was published in the journal Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry.